|Know Your Meme - Ken Gagne|
Thanks to the Internet and social media, cultural artifacts can be disseminated in a distributed fashion faster than ever before. When something attains phenomenon status via viral means, it becomes a meme. But, just like a real virus, memes can quickly die off. What's everyone talking about today that will be gone tomorrow? Ken Gagne demonstrates what a double rainbow means and who your man could smell like...
Keywords: KansasFest; KFest; 2010; Ken Gagne; meme; double rainbow; Old Spice; trend; videos; commercials; parodies
|Classic Gaming Inspirations, Part Deux - Ken Gagne|
The Apple II was a fantastic gaming machine. You may not have daily access to this vintage hardware, but many of its best entertainment titles have been remade for the Macintosh. Ken Gagne revisits classics like Arkanoid, Ultima, and Dark Castle in this session that showcases the best of new and old. Find links to the games and YouTube videos shown here at http://wp.me/pBeOH-1x
Keywords: KansasFest; KFest; 2010; Ken Gagne; Arkanoid; Dark Castle; Ultima; games; gaming
|CSI: KFest - Steve Weyhrich|
A spoof of the line delivered by Horatio Caine just before the theme music on most episodes of CSI: Miami. This project features photos and video of KansasFest attendees past and present, and several 2012 attendees who were stabbed with floppy disks, strafed, bombed, and crushed by boulders. Created by Steve Weyhrich of apple2history.org at KansasFest 2012, using iMovie 11 v9.0.6 and Bad Robot Interactive's "Action Movie FX" iPhone app.
Keywords: Steve Weyhrich; 2012; CSI; Stavros Karatsoridis; Ken Gagne; Geoff Weiss; Brian Wiser; Carrington Vanston
|Behind The Scenes At Open Apple - Ken Gagne|
Open Apple, the Apple II community's only co-hosted podcast, is the product of endless hours slaving over a mixing board and audio editing software. Watch and learn what goes into recording an episode of the show. What would an episode sound like without this extensive post-production process?
Keywords: KansasFest; KFest; 2011; Ken Gagne; Mike Maginnis; audio; Apple II; Open Apple; podcast; Apple
|Know Your Meme, or the Return of the King - Ken Gagne|
For your amusement, Ken Gagne entertains KansasFest 2011 attendees with some of the latest Internet memes, demonstrating and tying together variations on three different cat themes: Keyboard Cat, Nyan Cat, and Debbie from eHarmony. Guaranteed to bring out the laughs.
Keywords: Keyboard Cat; Nyan Cat; Debbie; eHarmony; Gregory Brothers; Gregory Bros; meme; KFest; KansasFest; 2011; Ken Gagne; Fatso; humor; comedy